Centara Grand Beach Resort and Villas ,Hua Hin - Destination Info
Close by is the Hua Hin Railway Station, one of the oldest in the entire country, notable for its Royal Waiting Room. A good place for taking holiday snaps!.
Hua Hin Beach is three kilometres of glorious white sand, popular with joggers, walkers, horse riders, kite boarders and ideal for other water sports.
At the southern end of the beach is Khao Takiab (Chopsticks Hill), a great place to view the town, with a temple on the top.
Marvekatayawan Palace is one of the oldest and most attractive royal palaces in Thailand. Known as the ‘Wooden Palace’, it was built in the same year as the hotel. It’s the longest golden teak palace in the world.
Sam Roi Yod National Park contains the first marine national park, and is 63km south of Hua Hin. Opened in 1966, its 98 square kilometres are full of spectacular limestone mountains and rich mangrove swamps. Amongst its thriving flora and fauna, you can spot over 200 exotic bird species.
Three islands that are a 20-minute boat ride from Ban Pakkhlong are Koh Talu, Koh Sang and Koh Sing. Worth the trip for some very rewarding diving, snorkeling and fishing.